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. The coral on the massive rock at the site includes cisterns for collecting water Wikipedia:Anuradhapura Commons:Category:Anuradhapura


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Santiago de Compostela

a massive rock closed around his relics at Compostela (Santiago de Compostela). The ''Historia Compostellana'' provides a summary of the legend of St. James as it was believed at Compostela in the 12th century. Two propositions are central to it: first, that St. James preached the gospel in Spain as well as in the Holy Land; second, that after his martyrdom at the hands of Herod Agrippa I his disciples carried his body by sea to Spain, where they landed at Padrón on the coast of Galicia, and took


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Sri Lanka

Traditional SriLanka or Ceylon author date work publisher Sam Houston State University accessdate 09 November 2011 Macro- and micro-hydraulics to provide for domestic horticultural and agricultural needs, surface drainage and erosion control, ornamental and recreational water courses and retaining structures and also cooling systems were in place in Sigiriya, Sri Lanka WikiPedia:Sri Lanka Dmoz:Regional Asia Sri Lanka commons:Sri Lanka


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-03-13 Santana's guitar necks and fretboards are constructed out of a single solid piece of Brazilian Rosewood; this helps create the smooth, singing, glass-like tone for which he is known. Taylor had thoughts of retiring by the time he played the massive Rock in Rio festival in Rio de


, Novoli, Carmiano, Arnesano, Monteroni, San Pietro in Lama, Lequile and San Cesareo di Lecce. Since the 15th century, the region's aristocracy has elected the area as their ideal place for countryside life and they have built numerous villas and mansions. The area is located at the heart of the Salento peninsula; a massive rock of limestone that divides the Adriatic sea from the Ionian sea. The area is on the south of the Italian region


reclaimed their home world. They participated in the Decepticon Quintesson alliance's attacks on Goo and Cybertron, and later attempted to eliminate the Decepticon traitor, Octane (Octane (Transformers)), and destroyed an Autobot shuttle in hopes of scuttling a peace conference, as well as aiding in the invasion of Paradron and an attack on Japan. In 2007, the Combaticons were part of the invasion force that struck Cybertron, and went to work constructing a massive rock engine on the planet's surface, which, fuelled by the power packs of the defeated Autobots, moved Cybertron into the Sol system, where Galvatron's plan to use the Plasma Energy Chamber was foiled by Spike Witwicky (Witwicky family#Spike Witwicky) and Fortress Maximus. zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


is attached to a geological formation in the Northern Territory, Australia. In 1871, to mark their 25th wedding anniversary, Charles and Olga elevated the German (Germany)-born Australian explorer (exploration) Ferdinand Mueller (Ferdinand von Mueller) to “Baron von Mueller”. He repaid the compliment as follows. A series of massive rock formations was discovered by the British (Great Britain)-born Australian explorer Ernest Giles in central Australia in 1872. Mueller was Giles' benefactor. Giles had wanted to name the tallest peak ''Mt. Mueller'', but Mueller prevailed on Giles to name it ''Mt. Olga'', in honour of the queen. The entire geological formation then became known as "The Olgas", before the indigenous name “Kata Tjuta” was officially proclaimed in the 1980s. '''Dew-Scented''' is a German (Germany) thrash metal, death metal band. They have released eight studio albums and are currently signed to Metal Blade Records (Europe) and Prosthetic Records (USA North America). Their name is inspired by the writings of Edgar Allan Poe. An interesting thing to note is that all of their studio albums begin with the letter "I." '''Nusbaum''' is a municipality in the district Bitburg-Prüm in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, situated in the southern part of the Eifel thumb left 300px Church, Nusbaum (File:Nusbaum, Rheinland-Pfalz, Deutschland, Germany.JPG) Roman era Dower is thought to have been suggested by the bride price which Tacitus found to be usual among the Germans. This bride price he terms ''dos'', but contrasts it with the ''dos'' (dowry) of the Roman law, which was a gift on the part of the wife to the husband, while in Germany the gift was made by the husband to the wife. Larousse (Pierre Larousse), ''Grand dictionnaire universel (Grand dictionnaire universel du XIXe siècle)'', Paris, 1870, s.v. ''Douaire'' There was indeed in the Roman law what was termed ''donatio propter nuptias'', a gift from the family of the husband, but this was only required if the ''dos'' were brought on the part of the wife. So too in the special instance of a widow (herself poor and undowried) of a husband rich at the time of his death, an ordinance of the Christian Emperor Justinian secured her the right to a part of her husband's property, of which no disposition of his could deprive her. '''FLN Frisia Luftverkehr Norddeich''' is an airline based in Norden (Norden (East Frisia)), East Frisia, Germany, Commons:Category:Germany Wikipedia:Germany Dmoz:Regional Europe Germany

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